Life provides turning points of many kinds, but the most powerful of all may be character-revealing moments.
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I try so hard not to be a victim. The above poster is right. I love my husband and life could be soo great. We are so well matched. Last time I left, I dropped to 40kg missing him so much. I know he is an abuser, I want to help him. I want to be with him. I want the good times to be all the time and the bad times to be the times we bind together. Just some insight for you. I am an optimist. But I am scared I'm not stupid, although told that I am repetitively.
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